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2020 New Year’s Resolutions for Writers

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2020 New Year’s Resolutions for Writers

Every year, we sit and write down our resolutions and goals for the new year ahead of us. This time, however, we’re not only embarking on a new year, but we have an entirely new decade in front of us. There is no better time to dream bigger dreams and accomplish your biggest goals. Here […]

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Writers, Tell Your Story on Instagram

Filed in Marketing Your Book by on August 29, 2019 0 Comments
Writers, Tell Your Story on Instagram

The thought of branding and marketing yourself as a person—let alone a writer—can feel like a challenge. With social media’s continued growth, however, it’s easier than ever to create and cultivate your online persona. Instagram, for instance, isn’t even a decade into its existence yet and has 1 billion active monthly users. So, if you […]

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Developing Backstory for Your Novel

Filed in Writing Tips by on July 16, 2019 0 Comments
Developing Backstory for Your Novel

The backstory is an extremely important step in writing a well-developed story. Developing your protagonist’s history leading up to the story in your novel paints a picture for the reader. The way in which that backstory is used and incorporated into your novel is just as important though. When developing backstory, record it in a […]

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How to Write for Kids When You Aren’t One

Filed in From the Desk of... by on July 9, 2019 0 Comments
How to Write for Kids When You Aren’t One

While often thought to be easy, writing for children of any age is more complex than writing a book for adults. The reason for that is due in large part to the specificity of each reading level. A picture book with less than five hundred words will occupy a toddler, but a first grader will […]

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Why Your Target Audience Matters

Filed in Ask the Editor, Marketing Your Book by on May 14, 2019 0 Comments
Why Your Target Audience Matters

You’ve done it! You’ve written your book and have committed to publishing it. You’re probably excited to share the final product with the whole world. Well, maybe not the entire world, but your target audience is definitely all Christian readers, right? Think again. Believe it or not, many authors enter the publishing process with their target audience focused on Christian readers of […]

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